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's such a super day. super tuesday has become super wednesday. mitt romney racking up six super states, including that classic cliff hanger in ohio. he's kind of talking like it's over, but did he land that knockout blow? >> no. >> if your support really means everything to ann and me, and i'm not going to let you down. i'm going to get this nomination. >> while rick santorum wins three states because mitt romney still cannot convince conservatives that he's the man. we're taking a look at the exit polls. this is my favorite part actually. different numbers are revealing some big problems for the front-runner. christine romans is breaking it all down. she's going to talk about electability and the economy and what folks are saying about that. >> i'm not sure it's my favorite part because the information is so revealing or whether it's christine romans, who's my favorite person. we're going to get to her in a moment. but after taking the most states and the most delegates on super tuesday, mitt romney walking the walk and talking the talk, pretty much looking like the nominee, but all candidates a
of exactly what happened. >> well, the republican presidential candidates weighing in. mitt romney calling it a tragedy, rick santorum saying that the actions look starkly different to him than those protected by florida stand your ground law. newt gingrich said that zimmerman was clearly overreaching in his neighborhood watch duties. allen west said zimmerman had no authorization to shoot trayvon martin. meantime, the protests go on across this country. in this miami high school, the students marched out and spelled out trayvon martin's officials for all to see. we have breaking news and we have craig sonner, the attorney for mr. zimmerman. first of all, how is your client, george zimmerman, doing? >> well, i think he's doing all right considering, i mean, he's under a considerable bit of stress as a result of all the things that have been transpired in the last few weeks. >> where is george zimmerman now? >> i don't know. my conversations have been on the telephone. i don't -- i don't know his exact location. i believe he's in the area. >> so he's still -- >> i have been in contact with
the choice the fact. mitt romney who's made his business experience and the economy two pillars in his exam pain today had no direct comment about the economic report. but he's slamming obama for something the president never actually said. >> don't forget back in january when the president had just been re-elected or elected for the first time. he said that if we let him borrow $787 billion he would hold unemployment below 8%. the 8% was a frightening number. and it has not been below 8% ever since. >> president obama has never made that comment. but he's been quoted so many times by governor romney a lot of people think it's true. >> four years ago, a newly elected president obama said that if congress would allow him to borrow $787 billion he would keep unemployment below 8%. >> the 8% number came from a report done three weeks before president obama took the oath of office. it did predict that a $785 billion stimulus, might hold unemployment to 8%. but this was just an assessment and not a hard and fast prediction. and president obama never said it. and then there's newt gingrich that p
. >>> and betting big on big city voters. how mitt romney's strategy paid off in illinois. >>> first up, though, let's take a look at how the european stock markets have just opened in the first four or five minutes of trade. we're poised for a third day of steep declines after yesterday and the day before's sessions which saw the markets fall by an equal amount. take a look at the cac 40, that one down to 1.25%, these markets have rebounded just a little bit. they might have started out on a downbeat note, but as you con see at the moment they seem to have rebounded in we focus in in particular on the ftse 100, this will be one of the markets people will be looking at closely throughout the day today, andrew. we knew inflation according to the latest set of figures showed that inflation has started to come down now to about 3.6%. but we've got the budget going on today and all eyes will be firmly fixed on how the chancellor of the uk's finance minister manages to balance the books and stave off a ratings downgrade by people like fitch and moody's that have tabled a number of warnings for this count
romney. take a look at tuesday's results from the state of alabama where santorum, a former pennsylvania senator, finished first with about 35% of the vote. newt gingrich a southerner who represented georgia in congress came in second with mitt romney third with less than 30%. meanwhile, in neighboring mississippi it was a closer race but still another win for santorum who received about a third of the vote. second again to gingrich and again romney third with about 30%, nina. >>> andrew, the candidates' differences may seem more pronounced than their similarities right now, but there is one thing they can definitely agree on these days. at a time with soaring gas prices and a region that's struggling economically, what they're calling for is more oil production and also fast. rick santorum played to his local audience as he took the podium at the gulf state city of lafayette, louisiana. here's what he had to say. >> we're seeing gas prices at what are projected to be historic highs and yet this president almost put this whole region out of business by -- because of the extreme environme
in the cross-hairs of being slammed by all sides. >>> mitt romney finally made a comment about it after dodging some questions about it. we'll show you what he said and what some of the other gop candidates have said as well. >>> welcome back. you're looking at a school bus embedded in a house in henryville, indiana, about 20 miles north of louisville, kentucky. as we have been reporting, the town has been hit hard. the damage extensive. more now on the breaking news. chris welch is in henryville. chris, what's the latest there? >> reporter: well, anderson, i just got to the scene myself and i've been fortunate enough to meet these two people who were fortunate enough to reunite with each other. this is rusty and megan irish. father and daughter. megan goes to school a couple of hours away but because the phones have been down and this massive devastation, they haven't been able to get in touch with each other and just five minutes ago you reunited. walk me through what your afternoon was like. you live here in henryville. it's been a busy couple of damages with tornado damage. here in henryvil
as ann romney said was being funny. that's it. and that is it for us tonight. >>> i'm zain very gene at cnn in london. here are the top stories we're following. the european union is expected to file sanctions directly against the wife of bashar al-assad. they will ban her from traveling to the european union. they're also expected to tighten sanctions against syrian government officials. >>> u.s. army staff sergeant robert bales is expected to be charged with 17 counts of murder and six counts of assault and attempted murder today. bales is the suspect in the killing deaths of afghan civilians. there's no explanation so far why he could face 17 murder charges. bales is being held in a military prison in the u.s. >>> the u.s., france, and other countries are condemning the overthrow of the government in mali. there's been no sign of mali's president since renegade soldiers staged the coup on thursday. the borders are closed. those are the top stories from cnn, the world's news leader. i'm zain verjee and "world business today" starts now. >>> good morning, from cnn london, i'm nina d
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